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definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
36,000 miles

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2011 Land Rover LR2 electrical problems

electrical problem

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2011 Land Rover LR2 Owner Comments

problem #1

Apr 042014

LR2 6-cyl

  • 36,000 miles


I had just driven 3 hours to Chicago from galesburg, I was prepared to enter 90/94 at stoney island, but I decided to stop off because my cell phone was not charging my cigarette lighter was not working. I know enough about cars to change a little fuse. I popped my hood to check out the fuses, to replace it. I pulled the fuse for the lighter it was not blown, I put it back. I decided time is getting late, forget it, I will buy and external charger in Indiana. When I replaced the fuse cover and closed the hood. The car would not start, the bcs warning came up, and the hazards began flashing, and crash warning light came up. I could not push brakes, turn steering wheel, turn off lights, remove key, put in neutral, lock car or start the car. I had to get towed to the lr dealership in Chicago where my vehicle remains. I am submitting this because lr said that this is a rare occurrence and they have done very little of providing answers. I was prepared to drive3 thru the allegheny's, what if this would have happened as I was traveling back to DC" who else could have been harmed by my system seizing up" I literally would have lost control of my vehicle. Especially with 36K miles and still under warranty.

- Alexandria, VA, USA

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